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Based in Brooklyn, Chris Silas Neal switches working between editorial illustration, books and now animation. A talk that really encompassed everything that illustrators go through in their careers,…
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It takes a certain sort of man to enter the stage to Van Halen. It take another sort of man to Hula hoop in front of a packed auditorium. Both of these men are Ben Newman. A genuinely funny talk from…+ More details
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We asked Mark (Hookedblog http://www.hookedblog.co.uk) to lead a discussion panel in OFFSETS second room on Friday, with Patrick Miller and Patrick McNeil from NY street art collective FAILE along…
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Steve Heller had the somewhat unenviable task of interviewing the great Oliviero Toscani following his barn storming main stage performance the previous day. We think he knocked it out of the park!+ More details
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Niamh Sharkey kicked off proceedings on the Main Stage on Day two, her work was predictably beautiful, but Sharkey’s passion for getting her young readers doodling and creating was probably…+ More details
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Eoghan took us on a trip though his animation and film projects, impressing with the breadth of his work and also his taste. An engaging and passionate talk that made us all want to make music videos!
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One of the themes of the weekend that emerged – ‘hacking’, was something that Iain Tait, Executive Creative Director at Google Creative Lab hammered home: use and shape what’s…
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Ji Lee talked about “hackiness’ and having Joy in your work, entertaining the audience with his personal projects, which arose from his frustration of working within the advertising industry.
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Common langiage, common icons and common tales to create something universal. Faile blew us all away as they talked through their work, their aesthetic and philosophy from the streets to the galleries.